whitequark changed the topic of #glasgow to: digital interface explorer · code https://github.com/GlasgowEmbedded/glasgow · logs https://libera.irclog.whitequark.org/glasgow · discord https://1bitsquared.com/pages/chat · production https://www.crowdsupply.com/1bitsquared/glasgow (FUNDED)
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<d1b2> <Holonium> Glad to see the update, also glad to see updated shipping dates on stuff.
<SnoopJ> gz
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<d1b2> <xabean> 🎉
<d1b2> <thechickenundertheroad> Can you write the stuff in Verilog on the Glasgow?
<whitequark> you can (you can ditch the entire stack if you want), but it's not the intended mode of operation
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<d1b2> <esden> yawn moin, what did I miss? 😉
<d1b2> <xabean> I thought you were left coast US? are you staying up late working on glasgows?!
<d1b2> <K900> I think it might be the time to ask
<d1b2> <K900> What are the chances of shipping one to me in Moscow without getting a friend to smuggle it
<d1b2> <esden> The question is if Mouser is shipping to Russia or not. It really depends on that. I am not sure if it is up to date but according to this they don't ship to Russia. Sorry. https://www.mouser.com/service-alerts/
<d1b2> <esden> @xabean heh... my office hours start pretty late unfortunately.
<d1b2> <K900> They do not
<d1b2> <K900> They did before the wae
<d1b2> <K900> But then they stopped
<d1b2> <K900> Will Mouser be doing all the shipping then?
<d1b2> <zyp> I guess there's not a whole lot of transporters shipping to Russia currently either, e.g. DHL doesn't
<d1b2> <esden> Yes, all Crowd Supply campaigns are fulfilled by Mouser.
<d1b2> <K900> Yeah it's a problem
<d1b2> <K900> Guess I'll have to figure out who I can get to smuggle it in for me then
<d1b2> <esden> Even if I wanted to ship myself I don't think that would work out at the moment. If even DHL does not ship to Russia that is a pretty big indicator. They are the ones that ship to a lot of war zones and other problem areas.
<d1b2> <K900> No no I get it
<d1b2> <K900> The country is fucked
<d1b2> <K900> I'll just have to be creative
<d1b2> <K900> Unfortunately
<d1b2> <esden> @K900 yeah, sorry 😦
<d1b2> <K900> (unless they're willing to hold the shipment until regime change, which is hopefully soon maybe please?)
<d1b2> <esden> 🤞 let me know if I can help out negotiate something with CS. When in doubt just DM me.
<d1b2> <K900> Thanks
<d1b2> <K900> I think I'll just ask some friends in more reachable areas
<ar> K900: didn't you somehow get zen4 chip(s) imported? maybe the same route would be possible?
<d1b2> <K900> Aliexpress works wonders
<ar> ah
<d1b2> <K900> Don't think it'll work with Mouser though
<d1b2> <K900> Cause it's more about where you're shipping from than what you're shipping
<d1b2> <K900> And China is neutral, or at least trying to look the part
<d1b2> <zyp> it looks like my national mail service (i.e. norwegian mail) accepts shipments to Russia (with exceptions where sanctions apply)
<d1b2> <esden> @zyp
<d1b2> <esden> does Glasgow fall under sanctions?
<d1b2> <esden> it might due to FPGA stuff... :/
<d1b2> <K900> I'm guessing yes
<d1b2> <K900> But I haven't checked the rules
<ar> I'm pretty sure electronics would fall under sanctions
<d1b2> <K900> And they'll probably vary between countries anyway
<d1b2> <zyp> at a glance it looks like those doesn't apply to shipments valued under 300 EUR
<d1b2> <zyp> «unless otherwise specified»
<d1b2> <esden> Riiight ... super vague as always sigh
<d1b2> <K900> I don't think I want to find out tbh
<d1b2> <K900> It'll be easier and safer for everyone to just ship to a different country
<d1b2> <esden> if you know someone who is travelling, that might be a better bet
<d1b2> <K900> Thankfully I have a bunch of people outside Russia now
<d1b2> <K900> (wonder how that happened huh)
<d1b2> <esden> We are all confused and surprised what could possibly have happened ... sigh 🤦 ... I am sorry you are affected by this it sucks.
<ar> it's almost as if a lot of young and/or working in IT people performed a rapid unscheduled departure from the country
<d1b2> <zyp> ah, I found the list
<d1b2> <zyp> «Electronic items for domestic use of a value exceeding EUR 750»
<d1b2> <esden> @ar anyone who could afford to "eject" did.
<ar> K900: don't intend to pry around the topic, but tbh I thought you'd do the same
<d1b2> <K900> I almost did too
<d1b2> <K900> Had a plane ticket lined up and everything
<ar> ah
<ar> :/
<d1b2> <K900> Ended up having a bad anxiety attack on the way to the airport
<d1b2> <K900> So I just took the train back home and stared at the wall for a few hours
<d1b2> <K900> Still not sure if it was the right call
<d1b2> <esden> Damn that sucks. Sorry to hear that.
<d1b2> <K900> But also like
<d1b2> <K900> I'm not in any immediate danger for a variety of reasons
<d1b2> <K900> And when things inevitably implode, I want to be on the ground for that
<d1b2> <K900> Or at least that's what I'm telling myself
<d1b2> <esden> I guess as long as you are not concerned with being drafted then you are relatively safe I guess?
<d1b2> <K900> More or less
<d1b2> <K900> Moscow is also just generally pretty safe as far as places go
<d1b2> <K900> The surveillance cameras on every corner help
<d1b2> <K900> So like even with everything being very uncertain it's not like people are getting stabbed in the streets
<d1b2> <K900> Yet, anyway
<d1b2> <K900> The government is trying really hard to make things look normal, at least in the big cities
<d1b2> <K900> It doesn't work particularly well but it does work to my advantage somewhat
<d1b2> <zyp> from what I can tell, it should be possible to ship a glasgow since it's below the value threshold for sanctionable «luxury goods», and I don't see electronics specifically called out elsewhere, and these rules are probably EU/EEA harmonized, so it's likely you'll be able to get somebody you know to forward you one
<d1b2> <K900> I might just end up in one of the *stans for a few weeks in the foreseeable future anyway
<d1b2> <K900> For $work reasons
<d1b2> <esden> Do we have a list of the applets that need to be ported to Amaranth? Should we open issues for each one that needs work?
<d1b2> <bob_twinkles> https://github.com/GlasgowEmbedded/glasgow/issues/150 I think is the tracking issue
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<d1b2> <Attie> ^ that's the best list I'm aware of
<whitequark> btw i got healthcare now so i can actually work on glasgow soonish
<d1b2> <Attie> happy face!
<d1b2> <Attie> very glad to hear that, well done(?)
<SnoopJ> huzzah
<whitequark> you can thank my headmate for that lmao
<SnoopJ> busy busy headmate
<d1b2> <Attie> ha, well done headmate
<whitequark> i don't understand her methods and i do not question them anymore, the effectiveness speaks for itself
<SnoopJ> soon: printed "HAS HEALTHCARE" label
<whitequark> not that i ever really did, but like, you sometimes question how something seemingly impossible happens
<whitequark> like clearing a shipment through DME customs that's not really allowed by being really convincing to the agent or stuff like that
<whitequark> or getting an aircon installed in 3 days in the peak of the heatwave
<whitequark> affordably too
<whitequark> i legitimately do not know how
<d1b2> <esden> @whitequark Congrats! That is some very good news that you got your healthcare finally!
<whitequark> still have to transfer to a new GP since we moved recently (to a permanent place)
<whitequark> but it doesn't seem likely this will cause a lot of issues
<d1b2> <esden> @bob_twinkles thanks for the link, it does seem like the correct issue.
<d1b2> <bob_twinkles> npnp
<d1b2> <bob_twinkles> i was looking at it a few weeks back to see if i could help with any of them but i don't think i have any of the hardware
<d1b2> <esden> I do think that even a "blind ports" would be useful here.
<whitequark> it would yes
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<d1b2> <bob_twinkles> oh, in that case i can take a look at video.rgb_input maybe
<whitequark> sounds good
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